CBG introduces training programme to develop staff’s technical and expert abilities

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As a feature of methodologies to expand efficiency and give a consistent financial encounter to clients, Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG) is carrying out a ‘Credit Risk Management Academy’ (CRMA) for its representatives.

The CRMA is pointed toward fortifying credit hazard culture in CBG, surveying abilities and information holes, building fearlessness and improving the polished methodology of members, and upgrading absolute incentive for cash and spend per worker.

Talking at the program’s dispatch, Managing Director of CBG Daniel Wilson Addo said: “The bank has ringfenced more than GH¢120million in subsidizing to the SME area this year. Also, the bank recently entered a concurrence with ECOWAS Bank for speculation and Development (EBID) through the conceding of a US$50million office to help Ghana’s street framework advancement”.

He clarified that as an exhibition driven bank, and to prudently utilize the EBID credit extension that is supported by a public and global structure on the maintainable turn of events and natural security, just as address the test of admittance to and cost of credit looked by SMEs, the bank has established the CBG Credit Risk Management Academy in association with Chartered Institute of Bankers-Ghana to convey this top tier Academy – which urges the CIB-Ghana to satisfy its order of advancing the investigation of banking and control practices of the financial calling according to area 2 of CIB-Ghana, Act 2019 (Act 991).

“CBG has a task to give a basic, secure and separated financial experience to clients; and to do this to our best limit, both administration and staff should be occupied with persistent learning programs. I emphatically accept that the abilities gained in the Academy will enable and improve representative execution, and furthermore upgrade the general bank’s quality help conveyance.”

This first foundation will furnish a stage to set up with the pertinent abilities and information in Credit Management, and impart in members the CBG Credit Risk Management culture. The Credit Unit and Human Capital and Transformation Division are pleased to lead this program, and we need to see the value in the Executive Management and all partners required for their help.

The Credit Risk Management Academy is together coordinated by the Credit unit and the Human Capital Division in association with the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Ghana. Staff booked to partake in the Academy incorporate Business Heads, Credit Analysts, Staff of Credit Department, Regional Managers, Cluster Managers, Branch Managers, SME Bankers, Personal Bankers, Relationship Managers, Relationship Officers, and Business Development Managers.